Computer Science & IT scholarships
These are all open scholarships for students looking to study something related to Computer Science & IT. Select other major
- BBCC Workforce Education ScholarshipThis scholarship is for residents of the service district of Big Bend Community College who will enroll in a Workforce Education Program at BBCC. Students must complete a minimum of 12 credits each quarter and maintain a cumulative grade point average of 2.75 or better at BBCC in their program of study. Applicants must enroll in one of the programs listed below to be eligible for this scholarship: Accounting, Agriculture, Automotive Technology, Aviation (Pilot), Aviation Maintenance Technology, Business Information Management, Commercial Driver's License, Computer Science, Criminal Justice, Early Childhood Education, Engineering, Industrial Electrical Technology, Manufacturing & Processing Technology, Medical Assistant, Medical Office & Billing Support Services, Nursing, Welding, Medical Records & Healthcare Information, Aviation Maintenance Powerplant, Industrial Mechanical, UAS Drone, or Simulation Technology.
- BHW Women in STEM Academic ScholarshipA scholarship for Women who are pursuing an undergraduate or master's degree and are majoring in science, technology, engineering, or mathematics during the 2022 school year.
- CACC Roger & Kim Pitzer ScholarshipThe Roger & Kim Pitzer CACC Scholarship was established in honor of Kim Pitzer, who attended the CACC back in 1977. Roger & Kim obtained their education through hard work and a commitment to their goals. Eligible applicants are Calhoun Area Career Center students in business-related programs (e.g.: Computer Networking, Culinary Arts/Hospitality) who will be pursuing educational opportunities beyond high school. Recipients must exhibit good character and a propensity toward public service through volunteerism, service to others, or service to the community. Acceptance at a qualified institution will serve as an academic qualification.
- CGCS- Bernard Harris Scholarship ProgramThe CGCS-Bernard Harris Scholarship Program was established to encourage **minority students** to pursue college degrees and careers in science, technology, engineering and math. Applicants must be students from urban school districts represented by the **Council of the Great City Schools**.The scholarship was created by former NASA astroanaut Dr. Bernard Harris, the first African-American to walk in space.
- Computers and Young WomenDotcom-Monitor would like to encourage and support female undergraduate students who are pursuing careers in computing by assisting them with the rising cost of higher education. Each year one applicant will be selected to receive the Dotcom-Monitor Women in Computing Scholarship of $1,000 to support their education and pursuit of a career in computing.
- George Champie Memorial ScholarshipThis full-time scholarship is available to BBCC students majoring in either Computer Science or Math.
- Microsoft IT Skills Development Scholarship - winter cohortThis scholarship is available to students pursuing a degree and certification in **Systems Administration** on a Data Center Track. The scholarship is intended to support students, particularly those living in and around our data center communities, who have historically been underrepresented in STEM and IT fields.
- Mike Snyder Memorial Science ScholarshipThis scholarship is presented in the memory of Mike Snyder, an AHS science teacher for 13 years, to AHS seniors who are passionate about science and plan to study science-related disciplines in colleges.
- Robert E. Evans Education FundAwards are for high school seniors pursuing a four-year degree in the areas of business, liberal arts, education, or STEM.
- South Carolina Palmetto Fellows Enhancement ScholarshipThis scholarship is open to students who are majoring in one of the following areas: **science, mathematics, computer science or informational technology, engineering, science education, math education, or healthcare**.
- TELACU Scholarship ProgramThis scholarship award undergraduate students pursuing degrees in Business or STEM—Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.